Kildevalde Parish København, København, Denmark

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History

Kildevæld parish was established on 5 September 1928 from parts of Sions and Aldersro parishes.

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Street Names

Askøgade, Australiensvej

Bechgaardsgade, Bellmansgade, Bellmans Plads, Bryggervangen

Edvard Griegs Gade

Fanøgade, Frijsenborg Alle

Glænøgade

Hans Knudsens Plads, Helsingborggade, Hesseløgade, H. C. Lumbyes Gade

Jagtvej

Kildevældsgade

Landskronagade, Lange-Mullers Gade, Livøgade, Lyngbyvej

Marthagade

Nygaardsvej

Ole Bulls Gade, Omøgade, Otto Mallings Gade, Ouregade

Samsøgade, Sankt Kjelds Gade, Sankt Kjelds Plads, Sejrøgade

Thomas Laubs Gade

Ved Kildevældskirken, Ved Klosteret, Vennemindevej, Venøgade, Vibenshus Runddel, Victor Bendix Gade, Vognmandsmarken

Wennerbergsgade

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